masking tape


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masking tape

an adhesive tape used to mask and protect surfaces surrounding an area to be painted

masking tape

An adhesive-backed paper tape used in masking, 1.
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They placed the fanned-out newspaper on their foam board, securing their post to the base with four strips of masking tape.
Even the bright colour is handy - pale masking tape can get lost on pale surfaces.
FrogTape is a good start for masking tape and the rolls are colour coded for ease of use.
MASKING TAPES 3M has announced the introduction of Scotch Greener Masking Tapes which are designed to provide the same performance as other Scotch Masking Tapes, while creating less waste and conserving paper resources.
Use a high adhesive masking tape such as FrogTape, pounds 6.
cardboard tube from a roll of paper towels * ruler * masking tape * textbooks * 20 pennies * stopwatch * pencil * aluminum foil * plastic wrap * sandpaper
The clever thing about Frogtape is that it's treated with PaintBlock technology to stop paint bleeding through the tape, which is one of the problems with masking tape.
Leave the masking tape along the bottom of the band in place.
If I was the chairman of a Premiership club and my players took to the pitch with masking tape on their sleeves instead of proper armbands I would have been deeply embarrassed.
Crumple a full-size piece of newspaper into a jelly bean/football shape for the body and wrap with masking tape.
However, if you're dead set on using masking tape, make sure the first painted wall (say one of the red ones) has dried for the recommended time before positioning the low-tack tape.
The raiders grabbed them and bound their hands with masking tape before bundling them into a storeroom.